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The Ladysmith Daily Ledger May 15, 1906

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 j������, .I.AH/C  /j   <,  '������> O  i LEGISLATIVE 'ASSEMBLY,  X  -Q  ���������9"    MAY 161906  Is,  The Ladysmith KffiLY Ledger  VOL. .2  TUESDAY  MAY   15, PlUii  1MCE FIVE CENTS  SEATTLF SOCULISIS  M4XE STRONG  STATEMENTS  Seattle, May 15.���������The recent carlh-  ������.juakc in* San Francisco that krrocUd  down a few score (business blocks,  and seveial huii'dicd dwell 1115s, wis  merely a shrug of the old world'-1  shoulders , as compaicMl with tho  huinp that it will get on itself u  Moycr, Haywood anil others arcluu  'ged for the murder of foi met Governor Steuncnhcr������, of Idaho 'Ihis,  in brief, was t'he sentiment expies.*--  ed last night at socialist temple hy  I<*. Traulsen.  Standing in front of the dull re.)  flaj* of anarchy, with his black wthi.s-  l������������*rs quivering wilh cinofion, Mr.  Traulsen told his brethren what they  must expect- if they stool (q'tietly  bv-.aivl allowed the law to late its  couise and prosecute the alleged'slay  ers of, a former chief evecutive of a  commonwealth.  It was the usual gathering at socialist temple last night, They sang  "Ye Prisoner*, of .Slaiv.-toonV bo.le-  ginwith, and they'closed wi������lh "Tho  Marseillaise,'! denounced all bhiuigs  American and'agreed <o mock aguin  ne\t Sunday t ni<*ht and li������ Ion lo an  address ���������v A. AI. Andeison, - "Who  Controls the Government, and Why?  Who Will nnd" Musi Ewntdallv Control/and Why?" ,  r>*=-  PRESS    ASSOCIATION  v At Vancouver this week a meeting of newspaper proprietors and nuuj  agcrs of British Columbia will lie  held, the purpose i*c*imig. the organ 1-  ration of a-piovincral press association. "The objects of thc oi-A-ani/a-  hs improved telegraphic news scr-  tioti Nare ���������to deal with such mattcip ���������Store?  vice and kindred  subjects  ���������������������������  Rev.  J  HEWS ITEMS  FROM CITY OF  [  THIEF IS AGAIN  CAPTURED  (Kroni  the Enterpiise)  At a  public meeting" held 011-^Ion-  dav e/en n^    in  the Council  J ___  I   ronconcullv.  May 11.-~ For   second.   Pert Tovniscndi  May >51-RrotUers  RR riHtBS MEET  FOR THE  (tl. TIMi  time Thomas Melville, admitted iiorsp  p.      _ 'tnifl,   has -teen  captured   after mak  hers it was decided to have a day's  spoits on Victoria Day f������i* the clwl-  dien. ��������� /  \V. B. Anderson" was appointed pei-  Iwho 'had met hut three times (before  in the course of, their, lives, , .were  brought  together  again��������� hy lhe arri-  ASSAU T IT  if  Nelson, May 11 ���������A murdi-rous assault was commiawl this moiiiing  at   Uonnmgton   Falls,     just   wv-s1   01  iiift   a dai.a*  and  desperate   attempt I va,  of the  British S'-iip^ lndradeo and , this cn.y, uliua a boatman   and i-**h-  1o  secure  his  freedom.     A   telegram t her detention  for repairs in this port,   ei-man   named  Anderson atrackoil    n  icc-civtd    Ihis     evening,  by     Slierid  Thomas    from  Deputy shonft  J.     D  I 00, an, of  Douglas counly, ui     Wi-e-  inanent  secretary,  and "the  following I liat'{.|,tVi  annoi'ncis that Melville was  rommittces wete elected  locairyout   captured   today,  and  is  held  111   cus- ,     ,,     ,       ,       .      ,,  ,()(lv   at  Ephiata      Sheilff    Thomas   its with each  other have been by   the  1 hi men arc Capt. Wiilliam ,Easter-  hr0o'.c, of th3 vessel t aiid Chaplain- E.,  P. Hasleibrook, of the IPuge-t Sound  artillery district, who is stationed  at  Fort Worthn.     Their  former vis-  plans of inert iiu>-.- Messrs. T. Whyte, I  R. W Wail, \. Yorlve, .J. J. Weir,  C. .\lcl>i*n-i������il, T Ban's, Dr. Q-iin-  lan  and   Mayor Willar.l,  chair-man  JVo^rammc, Committee.��������� Messrs T.  Wiliylc,' <\.  Yorke,  C.  iVcDonald,    R  W. .Waid,   Dr   (jmnlan,   .1    l(.     Mc-  I.e-j,n a������id  ���������!���������   B.   Henne-M.  has telephoned the sheriff of Dougv  his county to put hobibles, or a hull  and chai'i en Melville an I g**rve liiciv  no chance of cscal'e, us lie is as.li;>-  1'Ciy customer, 'lhc details oi tlw  t iplure aie meagre  merest accident ami extremely .brief.  Ca| t. Easlcrbrook has been" since  his l.xiyhood a follower of the sea.  Me left the paternal roof iu Devonshire, England, when a' mere lad a*  an apprrnliic.      His   'voyages  were  had a i������ ev urns term at Walla.. Walla  gade aie   to  take  pait  in  the  day's  programme.   Next Satin day is pay-day  J    Roe  and Mm.   Roe aie   cvpect-  el  home  nevt week. ,  <t ������   -   s    v  (ic.-ioe  Rolinsc n    was ��������� passenger  o NTanaimo Wednesdny.  The City  Baml  and  the  K<irc'Bri-jt���������  nls credit,  bro'-'e'jail one Sunday  night.     lie  piled   up a  plank     Iron  the  floor    of his  cell   ������*.nl dug     his  I way  outside the wall.    A week late*  he was lecapturcd 0)1 Tunk creek, aftei   a shot    had .ltecn'fued    throi gh  the house m which he had tal en refuge,     He  came   hack' to  jail   sullen  and mutinous and  for seveial   ^v< *.' a  was  kepi   in  the steel cell.  Then  one  Sunday afternoo'i,     l������n  .George Snow, of Eng , is thc guesi j weeks  a������e>   he- was  allowed o.������l     m  of Mi    and Mis   T    BioAle   s : the  jail vard lor  e.vercise,  and made  j  , 'la dnsh   lor      escape.       Ths   sheiia  Thc^Sons of England in the    city, |,an ,(ftel   j���������n,( emptying his revol'n  aie  talking  of  forming a  lod^e here 'as  |1P  ,vlli  ],ut  Melville reached    tho  willows along   the creo\  acil    ������>.-*..!���������������  i'on-d his esca*e  A   pair of steel   hobble*"  has     Ivr^' ,  The  ho-js  aie' pleased  to have   W  McfCean hack    in  Cumlherhuid agaml  secured by  the si,;rift an<l   th**,"> wil'  hf  ii  la'-  W.   W    McKay has -oined thcarmv)  ol  snnleis      It  is a-houncirg    y&Wil* kcpt ������"  Mdv,ille "���������-t,l  j,,,, .  a, } -rn   to Walla Walla.  W.   V\\ Anderson    is^iu .Cotutenay, '/T,-N   r������/-%T*������r-yT^  nianasimg,   the F. .Partridge & Co 's    JTO   rOKCI-������  I    ���������  . Ifon. .lames,Ditnsimui-.Juis teceived   -"  the tidings that Sir Hoht Bromley,  who lately succeedec^ to the title ami  estate, had died in 'lhe West Tjidies '  His .'.younger .lnoUicr is |j-������. son-iai-  lawof Mr.   Dunsmiur.  MeC 11 \j v i ay" ~ 1 e't u uied     to, j  Ihe-eity- Thursday<-- fioni-^pleasaVit,  SETTLMENT  trip to Vancouver:  > .'���������.    ,-*"���������  i\Iis   E. Waller, who -toolc side last  Sunday is  Retting alcaig as  well    as 'oiilo   at     a.    meotinajjero '   toda.v  .CK-voland,  May  3-1���������Tho coal  otiUars of the   Middl������ District  011-  t.it  could  .he cvj-ectod.  CENTRAL GIRL  LOST HER CASE  Vancouver advices to haiii'l say.  It you are a memhei ol a union,  that will not justily yom emp'JoyeL  in dismissing you.  There was a common a'gioementi  upon this by counsel ,H Jvotili sides  of the telephone case an 1 M.'i- ^tiatM  Alexander in thc Small Deb Is couit  late-yesterday afternoon. I'ut they  could not agree on any oilier J.-iancJi  of the" case. Criunsel clashed at tlho  very outset and continuod to collule  all the way. thiough the pioccodiiiTs  as technicality after technicality was  ���������aised.  "I think," said the coiut, hrus'i-  tiig all thc tecliincalit'ic.s aside after  a long and 'lively argument, "I must  dismiss this case."  There was a w-uve of .smMlued imu-  muring from the foimn " hello't  igirls, who occupied every seat in  Ul.' small narrow courtroom All ihail  claims, but .had agreed to go 111 together on the lc-sult of the. tost case  brought by Miss Cauiahan Willi  her stood half a dozen young ladies  in the corner of Uio court when-the  end caine  to  her 'unsuccessful suit.  There was but one witness, the  .plaintiff, Miss Carnaluui, an attractive young lady, vvlio was sharply  questioned by counsel. /  "Yes,  to  she declared  iu aiiswei  iquestions put   hy Mr.   1,.   (<.  Mel hil-  Ji|V?,  K.C., counsel  for  the. Telephone  Company, "I am suing;for-.a���������mouths  wages, $30."       .   :   '."���������  .'"^'.v  "Now," {[luickly added counsel, "as  this lady can only prove tvv.cnty-tow  days' service unpaid for up to Uu;  ������day of the si rile she is suing tor  more tfian mere services rendered.  She is in fact suing for daim'ges,  and that takes the case out cf thc  -jurisdiction of  this  court."  "Nothing of thu Jvind," put in Mr.  O. H. Cowan, counsel for the- young  woman, "y0iir Worship will see .by  the papers in the case that this is  an action for services rendered, a  suit on a contract and not one for  damages." -  Magistrate Alexander ���������-But, am I  bound by the documents or her evidence?  Mr. Cowon-Bv    this    Mue paper,/>**<���������<-' **is  staleiucnt,  b������t   .after  1 union      i*as������?d   its   resolution  to  of  led of it, but pleaded so as  biuig it within the lunsdiction  the small  debts couit.  The t.tnkc, how and by whom authored, secniod to have little Lear-  111-; nn the case.  "V week beloie the strike," testified Miss Carnphan "Mr. Kent, the  inanagei, (old mc that I must ei-  f/iei cput the in 1011 01 th" company's  employ. Me said ('I want no union  g'uls heie ' Two moetiiyjs of tjnte  unicn weie held dining that vv<ee'C,  and vvlb jlceided to hold to the union."  Mi MePhillips���������And you left because (he union Passed a icsol'tition  r/deiing   Hip  strike.  "No," if,uioUv teturuod the witness  "I left because Mr Kcnl told mc  to."  ".Vli, yes," added counsel, "a week  aftei Mr, Kent made hi.s slati-irn'Mit,  but' almost, the hour of. (hat rrsohi-  b'On of  the union  To conect (he efleet if (his va 1-  dence, Wi    Cowan cfuu-kly asked  "Bn(: you weren't ordered by any  ollieer. of the union to (-nit tha company?"  ������������������������������������No," -aiis\veiT,d the vv-il-nes's, "I  left, because Mr.   Kent ��������� iuid   told'-me  t-o  "The fact that the. p.fciiiul.ill- remained a .wcca l/cfu-re' leiuvvig," continued Mr. .Cowan',, "h-ir- nothing to  do with the case. What was she to  do? drop out of the 'ch-iir and run  before she could even get her hat?  No, it WW. only ripht that she  should- take time- to eonsinic-r the  brutal manner in which the company  had "��������� ���������  deuidi'd to support, the-ag*jc������������iv-e---L>o  liey of the Pittsburg operators.- Association to force nset tlemcnt of  the c*o������l strike in Ohio  The two districts that lm\c deflated for this change of policy  represent   the-maiority   in Ohio  LACRIER  MAY  VISIT THE COAST  An Ottawa despatch says- Tdier.i  is a possibility that both His Es:-  cclfci.cy Err! Cirw and Sir Wilfrid  Launei will v.isit Briti*h Cohuubia,  this tall to attend the meeting of  lhe Can a (Iran Foicstiy association',  lo he held in Vancouver about Sept.  15. While not gmn;- to thc invitation a definite promise so far in a-d-  pance, the prime ministei stated he  v\as deejily interested in the pro'-,,  posed n*cling of the foi'������^try n-ein',-  and would take the tup if it we're'  ai all possible to make anange-  ments. Sir Wilfrid also stated Wint  he would lntervev Tim F- ���������*,-|','.incy  Ear! Grey, and seeMf it would. Ub pos'  siblc for him to visit Up eras land'  open  the  comvcnlicti.  The convention,- fonestry nien .state,  will l"e one of gieat importance to  the irovinee of Untish Cohiinlaa-'  This will lie the first time tha  mectina wiH le Jieltl onl.s*ide Uio  prov.inces of Ontario or Quebec. Ail;-  out three hundred and fifty ms-nvhers  now Idling- to the Forestry Association. .  ___._���������o- ���������  CREFFIEL1) FAILS TO  RISE  FROM    DF.AD  Seaittle, May -If).���������Out in Lai* Vit*w  cemetrry the mould' still lies ur.idis-  turbed on the. grave of Franz, Fd  iiiund I'reflleld, while the wife of  the self-proclaimed prophet, of chosen  people still sits patiently in a room  under the charge of the police matron, and awaits the coming of hei  master.  A   month ago," Melville,  who     was j-o'.g and. communication  with    homo  uuier an est for hoise stealing,   ni'..i}i"!(t  faillil-v   ������iiflicult.     During a  long  absence a child who is now an* attache of thc United States army as  chaplain. E. 1\ Easlcrbrook was  horn. t \\  . flefore his sailor brother reached  hothe ' the-, yoiuiiister liad grown and  struck, o'lt for himself, and come to  America. He haip seen his brother  once iefor(! leaving Eiiigla.n(l. This  mcetinfe was ibricf and ,'only by chance  in a strange city. -{  Neaily lin\veais  later the ibrothors  encoimtered each other ��������� .n the streets  of New York. They, were able to be  fcogclher hut a fi.\w hours- and not  until they were' agiain, thrown tcge-  Ihor in the Philippines did one know  lf*e w^erc al'O'its of-the other.  Chaplnu- Ea'S'ter-brciok had kjiowv  M;e that his lirother was iu com-  n\in.l of Hie ludraedeo, but not until hc happtn.'d to 'read in a newspaper- of the f-*:pect(i.l atiival of the  vessel heie did he k'jiow that the-  ship was in this part of tlie world.  With his laioiv!ed������ie he eagerly  awaited on tho dock, the arrival -of  tha liic freighter, and with the lower  in:-; -of a {.,'ano; plank he was the first  , 4---o-hoird-HiCcvessefr^  ,There is a vast difference in ��������� the  ncn. Charl'iin Eas'terbrook is tho  typical orlliodrt: English church curate. His military, u/iiform adds a  sm^riness lo his appearance" that  standii out * in-sharp- contrast with  lhe big and nlutl contour of his  sea-doe brother, ftut lliey are bro-  ihoi'S, and about the hflppie-sl .Iro-  Ihers o'er tlie good foi tune of,meeting again that, one might expect to  fnd.  FOR FRISCO  SUFFERERS  The Court���������I do not. thiivk you-. Sunday morning at 10:-ir> o'clock,  should use such language here, Mr. four days after the. burial of Cref  Cowan.     This   is not  a jury     case.,   field,  he  was announced  to riso from  "But it was .all so unreascw()Ie, (the grave and proclaim to the sVjtvp  the action of the company. Because! tic������l that t,he chief-of the "holy  a  person" is a. mender    of a    union .rollers'  was  invincible and  could not  : Washington, May Id.���������The Rod  Cross';''receipts: up to,.dale 1'or lhe  relief of ���������California, sufferer.*- aggreg-  at.- S'2,i2*5',00O.v Money is ; still  reac-hing- the .treasurer.-at the. racu  ���������1" several thousand n clay, '*Thoiv'  is about ".������ "1,7.00,000 on ��������� lunul .unexpended. Tin' so.-reliiry. of the Chin  ese legiatton has uu'decl- ������30,000 10  his original i-otilriliHt ion of S.10  'OOO-'fronr individuals  in    China.  A Seattle firm is making arr-nngc*-  inents toward shipping- 10,00c) tons  of -.Nanaimo eoj.il lo Xonio during-  the i^-esent year 10, bn u.sed. for the  .Voi-tlierii  tvfiilo.  A '.special meeting of the \V. C T.  V. will lie held m'I 7::W . tonig'ut.  in  lhe Ooorl .'J'eitijihus finII.  : ; -o :���������  that  does  not  justify  a company   in  dis*niis:ling  that employee."  The Court���������I j.niite a- re.e.  Mr. McPhillirs��������� And "l.     No    one  the ���������summons. . [union     1  Mr. rvTcPhillir-s ���������it *i ,not    counsel   whieh she  voted   with   the  nvijority.  plea that  must govern  here but   the,.So there was -no    discharge by    the  evidence,   and  that  shows  clearly    a   company   at all."   ' ���������".  case for  damages. The  court  so', decided  and  dismiss  The CourtrrI think that is "the   ef-   eel the case with costs.  die.  But so far *\Jtwmia"     had    failed  to  make    his   appearance    a  second  time  in  the flesh,    and  his     widow  can    show  that     is    .this cgse.   The 'ytil1 sits *n<1  "opes.  plain tiff left,    not   when   Mr.    Kent     Matron Kelly, of. the police depaU-  the  upon  jinent, stated yej'.tcr-day that. Mrs.  Cre'ffield had so far maintained a  stoical sile-ice regarding the death  of her husband, and so far as the  matron could observe she had exhibited  neither sorrow nor joy at^ the  I death of the prophet.  HOW LIBRARIES  ARE   AFP RFC I" AT ED  .Since lhe release of Mr. J whew.  Half <ur froin the Parkinirst Prison,  where for a period ilie d-iseharfjed  the duties of lil-niri-in for the oth^r  convicts, the statements lie -has imniilj  .*liow the vital n-et-essity of hooks to  the preserv\ition 10C a prisoiu'i's Hv/xly  and mind.  Prisoners have frequently declared  that they would willingly forgo part  of their rat icon rather than lose  their books, and the temporary forfeiture of the use- of the li-brary is  a dreatled puiiishmtMiI..  Seventy per cent. oT prisoners  read light literature. The majority  fiiMl solace in Scott, Thackeray.  Dickens, s George Eliot, Meredith.  ShaVie-siieare is n.*t inuc-h bi demand,  ���������and Miilton is practically never stirred from the shelf. Carlyle is seldom asked for. 'A convict who once  had tlve temerity t-> call for Adam  Smith's "Wealth of Nations.''' was the  talk of   lhe library   for a week.  Mr. IIall Caine nnd .Miss Marie  Corclli have patrons among the convicts, though the latter author is  not always acceptable to Uie chaplains.  The periodical literature 'portion, of j    VtMrie���������  the library is, how  ly patronized. )  /bdit'i'inuii nniiied   Charlie Sirec-t v. nh  an ordin.-ity    v nodiiiftn's nvr and    in-  flii-tt'll   SOIIHJ   frlyllTful    \VolllJil*-     abvtHt  tlie head.  X'api. llawlvcy went down, rlnsi-  cd lhe, wounds ^ud brought Stiwi  to' the bosmtal h<-re wln-rc he now  lies in a 1 my prci ai ions . 01 .tl t-  t ion.  W.     II       Bullock.    Welist.-i- vienl  down    lo    llonnmg'ton   this       morning to arrest    thc   would      bo   niiir-  dorei*   who has  th'tl    to  the     wonli  nnd' who  has    not    bocn     located   up  to  a  late hour  tonight  LONDON'S WILD BIRDS  ���������Many Wild birds ,ir,.t animals ar,c  to  l.e found  in and about  London  Kingfishers, daLchicks, niooilwns,  and rin;- ploveis 'fir)jiiently visit St.  James' Paik, and one of the latest  arrivals is the wood pigeon. Sydei-  ha,m,.Hill has sheltered jays aiwlNvca-  sels and snuurels, chafhncbes, and  woodwreiis can be seen near Forest  Hill station  The most cui lous visitors 'H* de  Park ever had were albino "blae'c-  bii'ds." They disappeared after j,  short utay. Gieenwiclj Paik Jias a  number,of the rani birds, ands-"ur  rels-iliave "also been seen. A'bout a.  wrek or so ago a sna' e 2 feet le ng  was killed neat the perk gatos opening on to Blaclthe.ith.  ,, ��������� o   ,  NEW PET DOGS.  COUNCIL DISCUSS  FUTURE PLANS  mmmam^jKitrntammMmmammtmrnmimm  Most of Council are; Strongly in Favor  cf Installing Water Powe | Plant  ^or Electric Ligh.$  mm**mtemMmmmmmmaammmwmmmm  If the Vote To-morrow is in  Favor of  Municipal Owned Plant-Think Pri-  vare Co. Would Install Water  Ladies wlio keep pet dogs aTe paying high prices for two newly im-  portied breed > from India���������The Lhasa .terriei and the Tibet spaniel.  The. Lhasa terrier is., of vaxious  colors,'with long straight hair, soft  of texti'ie, wttiich completely covers  the eyes and lace. In weight, it  averages-1 Olfi, but some classes are  only 5Hi 01 (Jib The Tibet spaniel  is slightly linger but more delicate,  and it. is said not to be subject to  distemper  WILL FORM  JUNIOR LEAGUE  A junior baseball league will likely te forme I shortly to consist of  juvenile baseball players of Ladysmith.' Each "iman" must ibe under  lour fa-en years of age aihl insist belong to and plav wiUi one of the  teams entered     The Ladvsnnth.Tlia,r.d  'lhc electric light, qwsticn caniL nji  for considerable discu&isioii last u\e,.-  ���������-  r  ing at the council meeting, and tho  Mayor requested each nlderman to  be piescM" at Hie public incct'n^  which he has called for this evening,  111 o'dir to discuss the question w ii'i  the ratepayers of the city. 1  Mayor Nicholson said that at the  meeting tonigjht the icyuestian wo-I'd  very hlely come up asking what policy the council would adf pt in (as.3  thi vote tomoriow goes 111 favor of  gi anting a frajichise. That- is to  say, what terms would tha coui.cil  offer a company. As he understood  it the council were not prepared to  ofier any terms a& jet. He undc-r-'  stood it to be the feeling of the  council that should the voters wiiiit  a fianehise 'granted, the compan-  takm-- up the proposition should sub  imt their terms first, and after lhe  ph.ns had been discussed by the  council the most favorable terms for  the city oL-tain������ble will be submitted to the ratepayen; for a see n 1  vole.  ��������� If, on the other hand, the vote kv-  niorrow went in favoi of niuiucipal-  owned plant it was thought that  sonic would want to know before  they voted what kind of pl>nt. the  council intended lo inslal���������water or  steam.  Mayor'Nicholson, and in fact, the  whole council, expressed themsel es  as being in i?voi of water if at all'  obtainable. _ The -Mayor said that he  was mere-of the opinion than ever  lhat water could foe secured. fie  had as' ed the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Woiks who was here a  short time ago, what chances the  city had of obtaining lights on IUi**h  Cieek, and the Chief Commissu n-*i  Piud staled that he was of the opinion that the city would encounte  no difficulty in obtaining lights to  the water. Kven if ih3 present  owner was to harness the water tho  city could expn^priate same for  municipal use. Mayor Nicholson- was  much more in ; favor of a water  plant than previously, as he had obtained this opinion regarding, <-c<'ir-  in^- a inrbt to the walei, and ��������� -so  ow-iiv*- to the fact that he ha I learned lhat parlies who weie willim- to  put m a pn-ately owned plant in  trilled  to  run  same   bv   water power  if  m������  m  '���������^1  council that theie would beiloUoi'.-  ble for at least eight months of tha  j oar in obtaining a sufficient snppi/  and if it was found necessary t(liii  city could install ,a boiler and engine on t'he sa'n.'-* site as ilia water  wheel, at a comparatively small  cost, and Le in shape to 11111" with  cilher water or steam. ,  Street   Work.  After the leading of tlie Sticrt  foreman's leport, Aid. Urcn remained that he heard many complaints  It011* several propeity hoklers, \\l i>*  staled thai men who did not - p.iy  taxes were employe'l on the street  work, while taxpayers who could nub  aliord to pay cash, but who' would  like to work out tlierr taxes, weio,  not given a, chance  to do so.  Some of the council were of tin*  opui'ion that while some of the-'con*-  plaints were justified, theie wi'idu-^V  others which, were not. In soinj"* .-%!  cases there were orw;n paying Ui\e-t ~"'  who were not able to do,.r. lull"  day's woik, :,ul were they hired li*'i-.'M-!j  the citv-, the first ({aiestion to bo  asked at the end of the yeai vvoeld * it'  Le, "What has been done vuth ' all '* <&  the money spent on  tru* stri-els^"    '    * *x  If nK-n' were hired who weie    not.  capaMo  of doing a day's   woik,'   tin-  city would be the'losei, and in    tlut  l^anion of some present" it  was   no,b  right that, the   'majority of taxpay-.% -;*?  ers sfiould pay"''a Ttiam*-to do-iialf'4ho '  work  that an able-bodied" man eoulfl <  d'6 'for- the same money.  AM.- Uren/di',1 not agree "with t'hi3-  view of ti** caie. He thought a  man hirisl be pretty fai ���������-'nc. ���������"���������  deed who could not do a ���������day's wi-iM  on tlie street If a man diil hub  have the mvjiey to pav his Um:i,  and was willing lo \v.r\, the nidi rr-  mj.11 was of the opnn.011 that tlie  city should employ him instead of  letting his taxes pile up 011 tlio  boo'.s  Mayor Nicholson cemaiked  that he  thought     Stieet   foreman   Callendar  emplo}**-!,    as  fai  is possible, rat������- -  paveis, and the matter chopped.  1heie weie no communiical.oua  read, and -tccounts amouiiting tff  **(!(; 50  weie ordered  paid  The 11 ������������������w fence ordered for tliec!rj������  lot was discussed, and it was pointed out th.it the ]*, |its received \?er������  only    six  leet     li n.-,    wheiea,s thef  **--i  a  ware.   Company  arc   offering a   ��������� ] ri/e  lor   the  wmneis,  and  several    others (���������.,*������������������     ji,s'ljfred    111  going ahead  have  signified   their   intention  of put  ting ai])   trophies.of  son  coil rage the yoi.ngsters.  Mr...J    Kichaii's     ls    htlpina  obtained from Bush .-.nd McLeod 'should Ns at least, seven The maimer  oiee's. M any ia1e, if the vote to-1 was leferrrd- to the S'Ucet commute*  moirow    was  m favot  of municipal- \tlu"- --11 for lJ*c ������������������������������������ *JC111S lJ������l o\-wc  foi   one week,    pending a'i  invest legation bv   thc strce-t cotrmmttee.  owned   plant,   th" council  could    feel  and  1 spending   sm-icicnt   money  to    aseer-  ti.ng -up   trophies of  some kird do c-ji- ' j,ain   to  a  ccitaintv   whether   or not ,  I there was  sufficient water ol^aina/bV/  A*rmm Ur^1' lhl- ^amrfi-ll. Patter-  U" I    It was  the  e-enr-ral   opinion   of the  so'i -i'.d ^Ialone  .buys  te  foi 111 a  league, and   already j , .^-...  has  three  teams.^011 the  list..i    It-  isj--.n,-T������v' ���������������-(-- <  thought  that  four  teams  in all   will j BR1 1 AjN O  enter.       The boys  have some     high j  sounding    names for    their     various ���������  nines, and are  very  enthusiastic over*"  DEFENCES  of      playing    league  London.   May  l-l, ���������In   the      Iloufl-v  tho   Carl  of     Wey-  the   p.rcspects  games.  Further particulars  will   be    .given  when    arrangements    for    play     are '01" Lords   icttay  conipletcd.    " I myss. . C.)iisfi*vai ivc  i-a lied attention  _. 4  I t.o   tlu>    (inr.-tion      oi   the     luvtional  The   latest   motor   vehicle    in      tlio .defences,     lb- a.-..*.<--rt.-'d that  tbo coim-  ���������dislriet   is  t\\e stumping-machine.   In j try    was   r-raetieally .   without       an  a   I alii   with  the     manager our     re-   army nnd   that -there1 wero    not  jiortcr was- informed that they   were presi-nt.    up io date giir.:*      in  Those     present    at   last   evening's  meeting  were    Mayor  Nicholson,   \1-  UNEMLOYED  ASSEMBLE  equipping  this machine  with  gearing'country.  and   trucls    which he  hoped-    would]    ��������� *n'Iio   qnwiion   wtnikl   be   solved,"  aid .them'    in    making-   jt-|iiclier time 'he said>  u t)ll,   government had   the  when  moving from place  to"   place, 1  and  unless   we  are  considered   under ,  the new motor by-law we   hope    to i   .       ,.,������������������,���������  -    ..  ��������� i vice atroaci.  make   15 .miles    per hoiu'    over     tlie  good  loads  which  will  be    a  courage   to    adopt  the    oompulsory  sorvici-   at home   and   voluntoers ser  London,   Alay   1-1 r���������Thousands      of  ui)emplo.\'*cd     oi  both  sexes 'n>avchi!d  this afternoon   to Hyde  PurV    vvltir*  .lames   Keir T-Iardlc   and   (J.    K>i-oll  Burns, labor party   members ^ot parliament presided   at meetings.      'nu*  the ! object of the demonstration   was   to  impress    ripen  the  authorilios        lh">  fact     that   there- arc  thousands      ot  j unemployed people   in    Uie   metropolis.      Resolutions   railing-    upon    the  authorities   to re.ognize  the right   of  all  to work wore adopted.  at  The Earl   of     ���������l'ortrtmout.h,   Parlia-  . . .        ,,,.,,    imentnrv    Secretary   of  the  War   Of-  advantage  to    us    in     handling  tJv. '  us    in  work   otT'.-red.     R.   II.  .Whidden     audi  K.  Grassie & Sou are fitting up the 1  new  wherls  aad gearing,     It is    to j  he   hoped   the  council   will mot     put  INSURANCE COMPANIES  WILL PAY   LOSSES,  flee said the   government   had, a mo  ���������bili/.ing scheme under which it hoped  to   mobolize  the   army  force-  Farthf r scoheraes had -j^een prepared  any, rrs tractions on the 'movements -c{   for   defense   of British  ports,  which   insurance   Compau.v  Miis .most   pro.jr-essire   industry   ju^ft   would be pla.-od     in position  to     re-   itlLu   n,,. hands   of a  ivrcivor  started in the distract   and  which is  sist any suddr-r. attack. '.y      |,(.caasi! ot      .tbe  proving  of so great a (benefit.���������Cowi- '  ^ ,  chaii Leader. j    0  j    Oldlioy���������I  was run down by  an au-  Taly���������I want you to  help  me maVe   tomobile the other day.  Hilly madly je-ilovs.     lie needs to be !    -)f- Voubg.���������Were yon hurt? fl  reminded  that I am his fiancee.       "  I    Oldboy-Not  1 ntil  a   fool   bystand-  Chicago,   Ulay.    VI.���������At   a  mceltnj  today oi' tbo directors   of  the Trades  which'     pas-ed  recently       111-i.ii. 101; ...  ..lus tea  of  the    Company   in  the   lire  at     '������u  if..'has decided   to. v>**v.v *ha  As   soon  Francisco,  il  losses,,  dollar    for    dollar  as   tbo   directors     sliovv   fhej,:, toiirt  that   the losses have iKK'ii   paid     'ha  -reminded  that I am his fiancee. I    uimoy-.voo  m.n  a   .um   u-������.--.������-.. mat. 1   - riit!m|cWd and    '.ho  ]    Willie-Allright,  I'll  do  it.   Lett*   er  remarked  that   it was a -shame to .Beceiver .will  he  drsmisserl  ever, most large* \^-   married-that'll  fix him.-Clev-e- |see  an old     man t-owled over  land Leader.  like  ' that.���������Chicago Daily NeXvs.  Conipany   will b������ , continued iii  -in*e.  bu*������' f.'.qf  9B  DAILY  LBBGrIK  THE DAILY LEDGER  t'-ibiisbed    every  day except Saoday-  SY',      THE       DAILY       LEDGER  COMPANY.  OFFICE AT I-ADYSMITH  SUBSCRIPTION <?RICE  tlraac*.     4dv������rtisinf rates on ap.  Dlicmtlun.  TUESDAY  MAY 15, 190C  Express Work  LIGHT TEAMING  Wood and Bark for Sale  J    KEMP.   OR LEAVE    ORD ERS   WITH  SEIfi  KEMP.  '    CONSUL. GENERAL AT LARGE  Washington, May 34 ���������The United  States Senate in session today eon-  firmed the nomination of Charlus  M.j Dickson of Xew York as Consul  CI-.-n.eral  at  large.  The D������mnio* JDreclgo Mud LaiU,  which hus just received a, complete  overhauling* at Victoria, will bo  put into commission next week. The  repairs have been so thoiough Uia.1  the  craft   is now   rendered      effiuenl  I'lRST  AYE.N'UE  CARTER,  PHONE      6 O  LADYSMITH   WATEtt WOttKS  Consurneis are lCiiuested to  call at  pay Water     Rates,  belvvven the  10th  the oflice     on  Roberts   Street   t*  arid the 25th of each in' nth.  Office Uouru I P. il 4.30  I [BLAND  SUPERINTENDENT.  for  another season's   work  The Alud Lark has bad a cm color many years' active seivjec some  of the time in the vicinity of Xa-  nainjo, and is 'lo be replaced by  ���������the Dominion governmont wKh a  -.essol. Tbt* new dredge will be a  dipper and wil be constructed' of  ateel. When completed it will cost  nearly 8100,000 and will l-o built  by a Toronto   Company.  imOWXED   IX   IIL'.MDEU  BRIBERY TX LEGISLATURE  '" Boston, May 14.���������The Massachusetts Ilouse today adopted an order  calling for an investigation of the  bribery charges made m connection  with, the defeat ol the anti-Bucket-  shop Bill. This is the matter  whicht was taken   up   by   the      Suf-  > folk,    County       Grand      Juiy      lad  week.        and   in      connection    with  'which   the    entire    legi**latuie       was  'summoned  LEGISLATURE PROROGricn.  Toronto,   !M.v.\     I 1 ��������� Uolx-rl  bert,   o0  yeais  of  age    und  Gosland,     twenty-be*, en   ye.tt.s  were  dio*wneil  in   the   Ilumb'-i-  Lam-  Aichic  old.  RlM'l  .���������. Toronto, Mav 14.���������The Ontario  , legiislatur-e prorogued at three o'  ������������������'clock this evening with the usual  .'ceremonies.  "NOT IF AS RICH.  AS ROCKEFELLER  v< If you had all the wealth of Rockefeller, the Standard Oil magnate yon  .��������� ..could, not buy a better medicine for  bowel complaints than Chamberlain's  ..���������Colic,   Cholera  and  Diarilioca   Rcmc-  dy.     , The      most  eminent  phjsician  can   not   prescribe a better  prepara-  , tion     lor colic   and diauhoea,  both  ' "; for children and adults. The uniform success of this remedy tu.s  shown it to he superior to all others. It ne'er fails, and when reduced with      water    and  sweetened,    is  ��������� pleasant to take. E\ery family  should be supplied with it. Sold by  Lajdysmith Pharmacy.  -   Hi. ���������.  A.i  RORSEMEN, READ   THIS  'ifaave used MINARD'S LINIMENT  ��������� in my stables for over a year,   and  (consider  it  the  Very  best for  hoise  flesh' I cap get,  and would strongly  recommend it to all horsemen.  GEO. HOUGH  Livery    Stables, Quebec,  15   to 103,  Ann Street.  Saturday aftei noon bi upsctt inn,  their    sailboat       Joseph    II.      Ross,  who was with them clung to ���������������������������*-'  boat foi one hour aiul u. h.ilf aiul  was rescued.  .Both men  belonged    to   tin*;     tit-,  Lambeit   lea\es   a   gtoun u]>  family  and   Gasland was to'liau- b-.cn married   shoi tly.  IXTEUXA'ilO.N U.  CII.UIJ'IOV-  STTIP  Xew   Yoi*\,   !M.i>      11 ��������� riie      Amei*-  teaa     lawn   ii'inns   ctenui   of       C'hal-  le*������gui*s ioi* the n.iM*>'Cux*  nit<*- national   match   auiM'tl       lurLn,      nt    ih<-  Bay    Ridge  llulel  anrt   theie   ������a* no  play on account  ot   rum       lv        Pol  hns,   of   Glut ago   appears    to       have  taev:ii   unable    to   gain   bis       strength  and hi*! playing was adisnppoiittment;  It   was  e\en   said     that   he       would  withdraw.     The    trio    sail  for  Li\oi  pool   aboard the Celtic   J-Yiday, IMay  18   o-  WILL BE  REINSTATED  \ Salm-da*.'*. %'u,ncouvi'f I'rovnuo  sajs it is uudeislood lhat JJr. Tel-  nnd will bo u-'inslateil at the ��������� ni>\t  meeting of thr- But ish t'olnmbia  Aiedica!    C'ouniil Xo   ofliual    ' an-  noimcciiieiit   lias   bi-un    made    as       a  result   of ���������->   iiiPotmc  o- tho      Medual  P������eagaBE2i^SS2SSi^^ES^5^S5^SS  ���������   i  l-JT -*��������� jfl &rrr< j*> ���������  v .-'.-,-?'-��������� ?���������*-������ >,: -  ���������tf' -3-,.  s' -���������������������������*,  A   Great   Boot  for* Prospectors  They are all leather, and  made to stand strenuous usage in mine or forest.  L117. Men's Tan Chip  pewa n VeaJ Kip Pros  pectors' Boots  Ten-inch blucher cut, with  with full bellows tongue to  the tip; have .double silver eyelets and stud .'.-hooks; double  sole and slip;, standard screw  fastened; slugged around the  forepart- and heel. A comfortable as we'll as a durable I  boot. |i  Ask for the iu at your Dealers      fl  j. le&kieqq. ui*  VANCOUVER, B C,  IT DEFIES  COMPETITION  Council yesterday, but it. is now  stated Hint the council will not 111-  lerftiri* with Ins resuming- practice  in  tho  meantime ,  Ele\<-������ candidates presented them  selves lor examination, ol whom  inne were successful. The" following  are the names of the lucky ones.  E.  D.  Cardoi,    V       A.   Royd,       S.  Tra\noi,    \V     A     Ilutton,    C.   Cart-  wtight,    G.   C.   McCullough1,    H      11.  Ford,    D     .1.      McDonald,    and      ]l  J).    (!iie������.  'J'ne following ofiicer were appointed for the ensuing year- ��������� Piesulent  lit li. E. MclCechnic, Vancouver;  * ico-piesident, Br. li. '13. Walker,  Xew Westminster, registrar, Dr C  F Fagan, Victoiia, treasurer, l)f.  W     J.    AlcGuigan,  Vanc-ouver  Di Telford iras this morning asked  ���������bout the report He said he was  Iqruite satisfied with the treatment ac  corded bun at the meeting of the  council, and expected that the last  of the matter would soon be disposed   of  ENDORSE  i: LAD/S  .?+*T<-J---*v"+'������'-.������  .  TPihHSFER STABLL  5 T* '   J  Espmalt   & Nanaimo Railway  PIANOS,      ORGANS     ANDHOUSEIIOLD      ������������������ 1 ::  ED'PROMPTLY A    M)  SAKE:  *  ��������� JTi!   MOV-  Stables in the rear of the Lac' ysmith hotel.  Abbots      foul  1 <- -. >   o;.lt,rs at   ���������-.  Time Table No. 5 8  Efie������tiv# April 29th,- 190G.  Iraiij  leave .1 a������i**smith lor   Victoria-and  all  intermediate stations    at  and  iua-  A. J.       KET,  PROP  ���������4.4.4.V4-������"f4-f44-+-4-������-+4-t--r-f*-+-H-+-t* + + ���������*.*���������--������-!��������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������� *������������������������*-  SH4VES & BVTHS  Having talv������i������ "ver the barbei shop  known as tht Ladysmith Shaviiifj;  Pailois, High St., 1 inland, by keep  ing" competent workmen, io conduct  a first-class establishment, and ie-  *:pectiully solicit, your patronage.  THOliAS   LEWIS  Best accommotlation for transient  ind permanent boarders and lodg-ei:*  OR AMD       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished and 1he bar is up-to-  d������*e Hates $1.00 a day and ������p-  w\rds. ������  WML BEVERIDGE, Pro?.  IB*plaft������d������   *-<: ���������*-��������� :>���������: '������-��������� I-a<faPal1ik  HOTEL   DOMINION  ��������� Rwti*- -Il ?J> --.tdSi.50���������  jr,.j to all -*i-.-am-it������at land .m������ *nd  rrtilwriv ������lev-ot->. EltT! r������r car������ every fi e  minut-'a to all paite ol '.Le city. Ba������  ..-litj'ab'e.unficcelh-d.  F. BAYNES, Proprietor, -  ABUOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B. C.  THE JONES HOTEL  ���������WJItTE   COOK���������  and    ,  ���������WHITE   L.ABOR���������  Employed Only  9.10 a.m.  daily, and at 5 00 p.m. 012   W������dnewl.iys,   Saluid<tys,  days. v '  Trains  lea^e" '.adysmith for Wellington  and  all  intermediate station*  at 11 .';7  am., daily, and   at 7:00 p.m.   on    Wedifosclavs, Saturdays   aw*  .Sundays.   - __  . Excursion Tickets ^���������w=--^>  . ON SALE TO AND FROM ALL STATIONS  (rood for gain* Joarnty Saturday \nd Sundays, returning not later Ihaa  tlie following; Uoaday.  o.l       "^���������$tijMiierJoaii    ,  Sails ffom Laaysmith .<������r  vanco nvev every Eaturdav at, 6.00 a.m. and  returniie tslla train  Vancouver : tor    Ladysmith at 2.30 p.m.  "-\ ... v G.L.Courtney,  District Pessenger Agent  58 Qcrrernmetit St., Victoria, B.C.  '   (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRI5   STREET-     Ladysmith.  ���������ti:\m hi:\icn  rURXISH   ROOMS  bar si;iruKD v.nhb^t.  WINK5, UQUORS. CIR4R������-  ABB0TSF0RD HOTEL  A. J. McMURTRJK, Proprietor  I.ADVFAinM,  . c  REGIME  1  & ' intent 1011  ������������  (.oimcil  of   the  St Peteisburt, May li.���������Thc projected 1 only to the Speech from  the Throne which will be adopted  ha& b*.en .sent by the Associated  fie*;.*,. Though delicately exp'ixjsscd  it \iitually contends u demand for  the amnesty of political pu**oncrs,  who .11*0 not guilty ol nuiidiM- 01  robbery.  In other respects the reply seems  to be especially designed to dis-  aim llie suspicion that it in to be  t'he 1 oil of the upper Chamber ti*  block leg-islatioii proposed by the  Lower House.  Jt contains also an unequivical  endorsement of a liberal legmii-  The debate on the address will be  piotiacted probably occupying two  days Besides the points of niii-  vorsMl amnesty and the abolishment  of the death penalty laid down m  tho resolutions of thc Lower Tlou.sc  ihc document adroitly Introduces the  i-ubjeits 01 the abolishment of the  gj j Council of tho Empiie and minister  f-tjjial responsibility. One reply calls  ���������     ��������� '-to   the   fuct      that       the  Empire is a wall  of separation bet ween thc EnipiM-  01 .and the people  The uiddiess points out as a great  ^ advantage of tbnt sjstom, the  ������ cessation of attacks on the moa-  I tilth  Jlehind the icspecti'ul wording  thora  p  is>  a  sugg-estioii    01   the  iron      hand  Sj  m these words of the paragraph    i*o-  S garding  amnesty,       and   there       ate  g some  demands   which   cannot be     ic-  ������5  'used  nnd Ibis   is  one 01  tbern  s      Tbo  workmen  are    icmembeied    b\  ^ a  leleieiHc   m  the    ndihess     to    the  g   need   of    amelioration   111   the     condi- f  I  tiou of  Inboi.     While   for   the Poles  a  and  otlu-i   nationalities    tbo    iiddrt-Mi,  a   though   avoiding   the   word    auton >-  I   m>    and    nisi*-tmg    upon   ibe     main-  i  tin 11 mg    of  I he    r.oids  tvf   the       Em-  a  V i'<'    spcui.s   oi   ibe    right   01      each  nationality.     lo     lis   own      lantpuage  ���������usioms.    nnd   local    self    ailmiiiii.tr.\.-  ���������1011       It       is   icpoitcil       that       tbo  ID  inbiiii-l   bus    ]/iactu'ally  decided    upon   (in  mnnest.y measure, which  thou  ������������������ugh falling fur short of the' universal  ity  demanded    by  the  Lower    [louse  conforms    in   Ibe:   bleu   of   tlie  council, of'the  Empire    of .granting pardon   to   nil   political    offenders,       except  those  who  have'been   convicted  of 'murder. .   .    V  Newly fitted up aucl  Furnished  PORT I  Board at reasonable  , Rales  Good tables and good  Rooms  SND  DAVID IIYNDS, Prop  The bar is extra lyetl  Stocked  This  Hotel'has    l.een  completely       renovated. -    '-  ,Uoard ttmd -odging $1.00 per day.  HOTEL.    PRETORIH  Bar  Supplied   -Kith   the Best  Liquors and  Cigars.  JOHN TliA, Proprietor  Wines, 1st Avenue ���������-���������  >'  '-  Ladysmith B.C.  2  Ticket xarid FjMigbt-Ofli<?e,   75  Government Street.  Transcontinental  0  Trains Daily  ,   L  "The New_Train        ;  "   ORIENTAL LIMITED  <���������    -"'The Train ol  .   Ease,  Elegance,  Excellence.  ���������    Every -' mile  a i picture,    and  no smoke - to spoil.- the'   ^ iew.  ���������   Througli1 Compartment,   Ob-  .servat'ion and Pullman Sleepers"; "also'   Through'.Tourist  Cars to-Chicago.  Atantie.Steamship Bujinesj to-Europe  it our Specialty - '  '-'"Unjon    Terminals  -wiih ~ all  - Steamer lines.5 ' "      -  j   .Berth reservations by.wiiel  .';Great Northern-S.S. Co.  FOIt"'JAPAN   AND CHINA.  ;j Steaiin-shijis Minnesota aiul Da-*  ' kota sail IionV Seattle for, Jui-  pari J ami Chiiia potts at   tie-_  ^.���������jjiienr dates.      Exact   sailing'  . (dates can Ire secured upon ap-  >   plication to any Gieat,North-  efn representative.  '% G. YEKKES,  A.G.P.A., Seattle, Wash.  .  E: Rl STEPHEN,  deh. - Agent, Victoria, B.C.  rains  $91.0-1  TH  ���������*=c**>s a- #**-*  J-  r  I  ��������� R. Williamson Prop  t i i  ist. Avenue Ladysmith ti. C.  ..������������������������������������~*M������..������M������������^..������������*..������.  STOVES! STOVES!  we arc making HEATERS and RANGES of  Latest 5tyles and Newest Patierns--We do  A! | kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  Nicke' PJaiing  Inalliis branches.a Specialty  Ladysmith Stove & IronWorks Co. Ld  TELEPHONE 53  P. O. Box 42.  ���������������"*������������������������������������"���������������������������������������������*������������������  Low Fxcursibn  Kates  jllound Trip.  ���������tCaily /-^j^ Tickets  Tn*/3r5ffi} M  Cflntv^^/'flnall  Trains ^������^.T  '  On Sale May 24, 25,  To. New Haven, Con,  -July 10 to 15.  To'      Denver >f /J5S.00  August 7, I, 9.    ������'  To /" Milwaukee- . $69.70  -'-Sept. 8, Vie.  To C   Toroni  , ��������� $83,75  ' . i -   ��������� i.j-  June 4, 6,-7, 2,2   25.- \   '  Julv  2, 3,  Aug.  7,  8, 9.  . TO ALL   H UINTS  For particulars call on     or  wiite E. E. Blackwood^ Gen-  eial Agent,-Victoria, B.C.",  -A".   D.  ' Cliarltdrt;  A.G.P.A.,  N.P.,  Portland, Ore.  *  4  4  4  *  4  *  t  WM.  MUNSIE,  resident    J. W.  COrlURN, Managing  Director.  Telephane -i-C. If*   ��������� U  The Ladysmith Lumber Co. Ltd.  MILLS    AT   FII")DICK   AND   LADYSMITH-"     -������   W ���������**���������  Shingles ei 3p-&08caltyj  JMAiS-UFAOTURERS OF ���������  U<m.<4^antl S>r<\-.st'il F\v -Jail Odar Lumbers  LATn.S,   PIIIN'CLKS,   WOl'LDINOS,      I5TO.,     of    tl.e   BEST  C}IT\L1TY  SKASONrCJ).      AND    DKIIOI)     FLOORrN'OS      AN'D  FINISIHNCi   LUMIililt IN   STOCK ������.  -      NURIIEf   QREEN-  HOusEj; And se������d  T      HOUSES     '  ���������910   Vettmlhster Road,  VANOOUVEtt.  Headni-iarters for���������  PACIFIC OROWN CUrden. field  ���������nd flower SEEDS  tor distribution. ;  Large   stock   of Home  Grown FRUIT and OR-  r   NAM-ENTAL-     TREES  now matured for Spring.  No expense', loss or delay of fumigation or inspection  '" Let ibe price your list  before placing your   order. tJreeonoiisc Plants,  Floral Paolfat-es. Fcrtili-  ' zers   etc.  ^3010  ^ettminster Road.  VANCOUVER, B. C  *  0  4  *  4  4  2C 3������  ~       \ ~~.'i -r   I- .,     ���������      ( *  If you a������s contemplatmt*;  PAPFRIN6  YOUR ROOMS  -Call at-  J, E, Smith's Shop  On  Roberts Sttee, nnd see all  the  -M-* K-*-  OUNDEE----  n  "8  Scotlands Best..  1  mmmuun..  Sole Agents for B. C  IT IS DANGEROUS  W NEGLECT A COLD  How often no we bear it remarked "Its only a cold,", and a few days  later  learn  that the man  is on his  back with  pneumonia.    This is of  such common occurence that a cold,  however slight, should not be disregarded.    Chamberlain's Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency of  a cold to result in  pneumonia,   and  has gained its great popularity  and  extensive sale by its  prompt cures  of tht most' common  ailment.     It  always cures and is pleasant to take  For sale by Ladysmith Pharmacy.  ' '���������     ���������'���������������������������   >f  4  t  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.  i f URCHASF.IiS  AND SMBLTIiRSOP COPPim, OOl.O AND  SILVKR.OKRS..  ���������5-  f  4������  Sryielthirr ''Works ?it  t  t  CLERMONT LIVINGSTON,  General Manager.  HEAD OFFICE  DUNCANS STATION,  Vancouver Island, B. 0.  Are You  Qoing' East  rbfn b������ iur������ y'oui tickets rea4   r\i  NORTH WESTERN  LIE  The only line now making UNION  DEPOT connections at ST. PAUL  ana MINNEAPOLIS with tht  through trains from 'the Paciflt  Coast.    ' . .  THE,    SHORTEST     LINE, TP  FINEST TRAINS,   THE- LOWEST  RATES, THE FASTEST-TIME.  \ BETWEEN  MINNEAPOLIS,   ST.  PAUL,'  CM  CAGO,    OMAHA,    KANSAS CI1 \  and ALL POINTS EAST.  For complete information aik y  !oo������.I agent or write,  F. W. PAKKF.R  ��������� ^  6*nural  I������������������  7)0 3b4 Ave.. Se������t������������.  Osa ers tv  f iaiios anil 1  rgans  Ladys.t/Uh, B.C.  *  ~y^r-  9   jf%^.9  ml  Resturant and lodging Rooms  -HAS   BEESM   RESVIOVED TO^  =First    Avenue-  Latest :Besigns in  W ALL PAPERS  We ������������������������������������'.make .-.a. .'.Specialty of the papering Business.  Under >/V?anoftrnent .*' '  '    ���������   ��������� ��������� ".; ,!���������.���������''���������.'���������������������������'���������������������������  Hotel Wilson  ISjanaim^ B;C.  Jas. R. McKinnel  Proprietor--  Commercial  Mens'  headamavters.  Modern and     Strictly First Clais.;  Fire Proof     Buildifg.  SESB  PAINTING  AND   PAPERHAN6JNG  Neatly and Artistically Done ���������     ���������-  ���������"������������������       ���������"������������������������������������-  -��������� --Orders Promptly  Executed  S  ROEDDI NG   -- ���������    - -   LADYSMITH ������������������������*~������u������..������"������ .���������������������������>���������..���������  ^^...-.u     -������ ' ��������� '-���������~ '"   First Class  ,.���������-������..a-.*.������������������������������������*..���������.  4  f  I  RIGS FOR HIRE  WOOD  and   BARK,  For Sale and  Delivered  EXPRESS WORK  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  .������������.������.���������������"���������,���������������.,������.���������������..������������������. ���������������..������..������..  ..������..������..������..���������..������..  ������������������������������������������������������..���������������������������������������������<���������������������������  GENERA! BL/ICKSMiTHSHOP  Miners' Drilling Machines __  MADE TO ORDER and REPAIRED   AT   SHORT  NOTICE.      DRILL*-:"  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS     CIVE  SATISFACTION.  " PICKS HANDLED A   Nb REPAIRED   , -SHI PSMITHI NG    IN      UL   ITS    D II A N C HI-:*--'  Horse.������hoei\������ and Cjtnerj-- fc Jacksrnicfis.  RWRIGHT  i  -    ~     -   Twadysrhitli, B'i."  V'iUIUW-.,  tyur^r  woi K   will   be   resinned  -ro limes  today.  m   tho     local j     Mr    and   ^Ii  J Lad-.smith   sp  //,.fi of cofTOA-  ������������������-1  Buller S tree������.  4 -l* ��������� ���������!��������� ��������� -1- ��������� ���������I'������-I->^'lHh*i-������-r-������ 'i-'M** >> v .--.- -:"!-**-;--*-I~H- ������������������������������������ ���������������-������������������ ������������������-'���������  * ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  t  t  T  X    Will be Delivered on-AflnncUys,    Wednesdays.  F/idcjys and Saturdays  * -  < .        *  Orders  must be in by eleven o'clock oa  day  of Delivery,  rewi  Limited  NANAIsVIO    B. C.  }  Urii  The grates in the  '���������Sunshine"  consist of  two pair-? (tbnrs), with  short bulldog teeth, and  are operated by two different shaker:  'If any part burns out it can easily bo removed  by simply taking out u pin, and replaced without  getting an  entirely now sot.  It's a real comfort to have so many simple features  in your furnace���������--means   constant ouse and  economy.  Sold by all enterprising dealers.    Booklet free.  LONDON. ���������  TOEONTO.  MONTREAL.  WINNIPEG.  VANCOUVER.  ST. JOHN.  ' HAMILTON.  A glance at  the table pnntul    bo-  low   will show    at a glance   the  u-a-  sorr the local    nine aie   wiunin������    out  ag-ain*>t    their   opponents    by      *>U(M  big   scoifcM.      A   it-tun    that   is   -.iuj-i;  ing the bull at nearly   ������ 400 clip  t-  cor-tainly   going    sori.e    and   ter-tii."*  some great playing    to head   oil    in  thc   League race     Thi* team helilm^  while  not  as   <jood    by  &nj       im anas it iiiight   be,    is  lutr   i onsidc 11 n_������  tho   condition     of   grounds       ida\j.l  on    and   tlie   amount-7 of   time     * b.u  the bojs ha.o  in  which  to  piaiiuc  As  \m11   be  bc.-n    by   the  Utlile bi low  T    Aitken   leti<!s    lor   ibe    pi i/c    ^n-  cn   by    YV      11      Jttmiming   lor        Llie  l)e*?t  batting   aveiage.     Oi   thc      %-,,���������-  ulai   plajc-ts,   those   who   have   J'la..-  ed   two   Raines,   and   over,    the-ie       is  not  one    who   can   In-   tonsickned    ,*n  E'xtia   weak stic! er      The lowest     in  the  list    ha?     tin  a-iinge   of      ""SO.  t\bi(li   is   a   \f-iy   good    .ni'iiifjv     indeed.  Tho lollowiiiu, is it list of i In  playeis and then baiting; .iiid h.'ld  ing   n\uac-o<.  5.    .James    Aduin      or  spent    *->und*tj    with   ie-  atm-s    in  tin*? city  Ji"* erstnini-   points    to   a.     mic-cv--  ful   i elebiat ion    heie    on   the "lth  of Ali\ 1 ne Soni of JOnglatid  aie ������ti iiiiigiiii; to i uil an exi-ur-  siou   fiom   Vancou* ei   on  that  date  Owing io the conceit tonight m  the Piesb-.leMu.il Church the Young  Ladies Houin<- Club will not liolil  a  meet my   us  intended  iJ.MISSOHO A.YAVTIVH A'KlVMd  The company < onti oiling the Nov  Caslh- Jsiand quaii,\ aie ma" utg  extensne i piepaiut ions lor to in-  cieasc then* out put during the ii-*tt  few months fl is expected that  ere long the present ioicc- oi men  will  be about tiebled  St  Thomas,   May   J-I���������A   lad   oars..  ed  0 eddy Agod L4  yea is -whose homa  is near  Coui'tland   \wi*>  nisla-itU   l.il-  jled    and  his   two  sisters   aged        jI  and   IS   we-e  {.enonsly  hnir    at       a  Wabash laiiwny cio-ssmg- iu\ii   Couit.  laud   oa   Saturday.      'lhe   thiee   wei-a  in   (he ng    dnviiig  acio.ss Ihe ti.u ca  and .apparently    did    not   notne   ihe  pproaching      unlit      it    was U o  late   to   avoid    the    collision        The  rig -was  demolished   and   the      h.n -q  lulled.  ii  GALEOGM  lint ting  A\f*rage  The Ladysmith Hardware Co, Sole Agents  CUBANCiGAR FACTORY  Mannfacturers of the Famous  CUiiAN BLOSSOri  Noae bu   Union Labor    Employed  H. J. BOOTH. Prop  'LADYSMlTil BAKERY  CHOICE"   CAKES ' AND- PASTRY  ,   ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding    Cake*   tfade   to Order  MUNICIPAL NOTICE.  NANAIMO NEWS NOTES  The  regular  weekly meeting of  tho ' -side--all,.?,        making      ash  city   council    was   held   last       ni^'ht walks  on    Nicol   and     J\t.n-  wilb Aldermen I>-ck, Barnes, Barlow, ' 1,c<Ji'   stiwts,   cleaning       of  Now ton,  Grahanl,  Knarston,     Hod-?-' d,'a'ns ck '   v *57   '^  son,   llandlen  and  KnWham   in     attendance.     Mayor   Ptanta 'presiding.  Xatne  T    Aitken   ..  ./    Ooidon    .  W.   Oraham  .  J    Oieeuw-'ll  .1.   Aitkun   .  \V.   A.slunan  U.   VViIkuisow  \\    Tinner  (J  A I!,   Jl.  J'   ���������.'  ���������2     1'J     s    i,(-(j  10  i:{  11  10  12  JO  s  0  ���������t-  The iinmules of the previous mooting were lead, and on motion ail-  oiited  A   (oiuinumeation    r\vas       leoeived  All  FRUITS   AND    CANDIES OF  ALlT-'UUC' ?^n.Mld T*?* !iIectl'? 5^  h/ig and Power Plant?" .      -  KINDS.    MESH   BREAD  EV-        5,^^,   Sq      2      AltcruaUvJv.  Shall a ftanchisc be granted to any  persons 01 Company willing 10 sup-  ply_ Electric Light and Powei''  Tlut the ,iefcreiidujiube held on the  ICth day'ot'May,*190C. 1  "'  <  That Mr. John Stewart, t br'ic to  the Municipal -Cot'iinl, he appointed  T-Jetuiiiing OITicei.        -^    .   "���������  That the polling place, shall lie the  City Hall, Ladysmith, and ihe boiii-*  of polling be from 9 a.111 , to 7 p.m.  That the Council do forthwith  after the holding of  the    leferenrlum j  Pursuant    to  the   Referendum   'Bylaw of the Coipoiation of the   City  of Lady&nulh, the following   resolu- [ -' ������'u llo-������   Mi   Bel. oui t   .statin-' taction   was  duly   passed on      Jllon'iay,   *-'���������*-' Dominion ilailiunient- bad   i'iviUiI  7bll May,  1906: ^ r '       I Uis Maie.sty,   1 ho   ICmg    and      (iue-.n  'lhat  the opinion  of the -electors 67   \o visit  Canada 'and   requested  that  the  iluxiicrpality-ol^the. City of  La-! their action be endorsod. .  dydihith le/tal.isa according    to    the      It   was   moved   by    Aid.      Kn&i-.-  pr-o'.isicns-'of "tlic R������fcrc_ndiuii by-law  upon  the following  alternative ^-(iies-  tions:  Question No. 1.   Shall Uie'Oitv.aC  ht  drains ete ,  .s.   Xew  MdewalLs  nn    Commercial  fetieet .  ���������  50  Team ateia-i-e  389 pei   ie������t  rioldni"    V\erajje.  Xaine l'O    A     I-:  I.   Gitenwell    .    .       2     1-10  5UU  10U  .LSI  jr.u  a  The   Loiueit   foi    tonight    -iroiiusf*>  to   be  \eiy  enio.iable  and     a       iai*e  treat  lot   ihose   who attend ili*s  Dahl faiiii1  o\er 110111  VanfOliver Inst  e\eiinij(  uheie she ,iad spent    it    mn it  ctiovabl.'     time        In       (timers-fit mo  with   a   lailv   visitor  inst   nielli,     .^hu  asked   hei   if  slic   wotibl   like   to     see  th**  pillow  she      had  used     in        hei  eaniji    nt    f!olden   Ct.iU-   Park       The  ���������nlluw  Ut'iifil out    lu be   11  nioit e*c-  i|tnsiie  l'.*tii*.ian  eoncett  gown      1b.1l  Ui-.*.   Halil    m  lb'-    hniiy of   mot m^  out   of the  hotel  bad,   with     Aiioliiv  dies-s,   , roughly  u tapped    up   in    hi.i  wmtei  (ont  The second  pai t  ol   the pi ogi'anmie  is sting  in  the   juiwu -Xorw<H*iau ]-ea-  Leacs Them    A!  IiN QUALITY  R:P. RITHET,  & Co., Lul  Agency  Pacific Coas  VICTORIA,   -���������   _  ������������������   ��������� K  N'S**-*.  Synopsis,of Canadian irome<*ka.l  Regulations.    '  Any     available     Dominion    Lan Is  within the Railway' Kelt    in Britisd  sanl    cosxume, beuut.n.lly ������ovhed  in j Columbia, may be    homesteailed    ly  hat danyei     ombruidc >i  J. Aitken  \V Graham  ���������I Uordoii  W. Tin net  \V Ashman  iT Wilkinson  T Aitken  ..  o  22  o  -1  1 l!  17 '2  7 ll  ���������2 c  1 -i  0 2  n 2  1'  ItitlO  ���������)-2\  ���������TOO  ii 1'.  TOO  ; .-> 'j  71 1  1 ii'-  ERY   DAY      '  Prices   are   "Verj Reasonable  Customers arf Treated Alike.  HOP LEE * CO.    "  ON THE   SSPLANADE.  m* R#* SIMPSON  SolIeltN, BU.  Money to   Lean  st.  \*wr U'-YSiVI H  "'At'L*W*^  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETO/ELN  CHICAGO, LONDON,  HAMILTON, TORONTO,  MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  PORTLAND, BOSTON,  And the Prim dial Business Centers of  -  Ontario, Quebec, and the  Maritime Provinces.  moved by Aid.  ton setonded by Aid Barnes "that  the Nanaimo City Conned ��������� endorse action or Dominion authoi iti-  t*>      Motion earned ' <  A   comniiinicatiou      ivas      rereive.l  troni~Jri*..**Tfr:   \IcUae  asking ioi*  use  'of portion of Jlabburton  Street diii-  ing    the   time    lie  was.   building      a  house   on  His     rtowo's properly  'Ibe lecpiest   was granted.  Fiom J McMillan diawing the  attention 01 the Council to the  tmsanitary eondition of the diain in  front of his re&idenee on Irwin street.  A-5 the matter was already recei*.-  111& attention the comnnmuation  was reeei\ed and filed  The  Finance   Committee   presented  the   Warrant   book    for   the     month  'J'otal    "..      .     ijsSO 00  Watei   Woi l:s Depaitnient  rtittinf)   drain     in   overflow    at  Ko    2    Ke-,eivoii   and     general icpabs aiouiul town    $18 t';5  Servioe Worl:       . .. J-  50  Tolal  >.'.(*  Oiand Total   .   . . $liti 2ft  Both  rejioits   .\e.e recnid a'td  111  Team fielding S22 per cent  The   alio\e   average   applies      oiiK  to   Leag.io   games.      Fxhilui iu:i    iim.3  other games ure not tal^en   into ri 11  .sidei'ftlion   111   striking,   battmi?    nml  heldmn   cfiiahties  of a  plnyer  Mr Coljiiin 01 the Xnnainio l.umbei  Co, dosed ,i lonti.ul ior the dill* ery ot ;:,uoo 000 iL-et or sa������.t  logs which aie now' to'be cut on the  g'lili islands and deliver, d al the  local    mill    in   the neat* rutuie  'J he  Company ha\ e on hand at pie  heat     between    two    and   three^  mil  lion    leet   ol   logs      which   with   those  Hist toutiacted ,fot  will Keep the null  riioro  ed.  The   Council   went into   committee  to   disci!-*-,   the   proposed   new  l>waw  n\   ivteience    to   the   regulation       of  the   water     r..le   hetwi*cii   the     \\vstern  Fuel    Coi.iiany   a������.d   tho    Mum-   ^,n,lL' on   the   station   grounds  LUAGT K   STWWN'tl  V   W.  L   1)  Xanatmo   ...        .     4     51    0  Ladysmith     ...     .   !      '2     1  Duncans     .      . 2     0  ('hemainus "*        2     0  1-r.s  2*  <>  going    in   full   swing  to  c 01 lie   o���������  for   some   time  RESPITE FOR  PATRIC  Albanv,   Ma\    11���������-C!o/        HigginsJ  toda>   giauicd    an  addiiional i*e-  ������pue     ol    .'lu   tl.us    until     Jinio" tS,  to Albeit   T   J'aLiicK   under senten- e  - 01 <le.it I'    nil- the muider     of All     M.  The  Junior   K������gle   baseball   team   H^       J|iflge    A,      K     oltol(|   Vjt.  defeated the   seniot     Enterprises h,.t    ] ^.^   aUQ lL.iHesenteil   slut  it  n v  would- be      impossible   lo     complete  ������c elleot to  the proposal set  \>rth  "'   Vpnl   w,u,h ������n,lw"i t,ie f(>-,owin-i  in the question which leceives t *.o  larger- number of assenting vole*; and  do .submit nny ncce*-s-aiv By-law for  the sanction of tlic Electors onlitl-  eJ  to vote on money by-laws  .1   STEWUtT  lotali  cipal    C-.i'i.'.l  01  Xttnaiino. ' l{w  scole    of   5   u,   1       (-        m.xi tin  Aftei   lull   di--eii*^ion   01  thc  -iev.-nil" pp, ^rm^    ,-���������.    s|0),   v. ^,-L    for     'he  clauses  all   of  which    weie     adopted   Mctolh   whl!v    X     Wilham-t done  the  with   the  exception    ot   clause    seven   twir*ing  )(>|.  th<1 defeated   I.-am.    The  whuh   stood     a\ei,      ibecommlltee   Englos'i-tn0  (uc m0H- games schedul ���������  rose   loponed   progress,   and      asked  w, 1(J,   llu5 nwki   one of    whuh    will.  leave 'to <-it    again two weeks hence. ' b<l   t  jvtuin    ���������-������*,������������������    with  the Entei-  T.-n-deis   for   sued   sprinkling    was   pj.|M.^    uh|th   Hlll     take     plil(1.      l0. j  recc-aed   as   tollows ni^M j    Cleveland,   Mnv i I ��������� A^meet ing     of  \\    ���������!    Ritchie,   **L:-1] 00 per  montU , , u10 ] ake  Carriers'  Association     and  TO   J    JTosI ins,  i-.1.!2.(������0 per month-'    -u;,,s������IS     r.    Thompson,       P IT     the      fire-men.       oileis    and        Otb.-i*-  I>awsni   it     .follex 1:10 00     oer   r,,,,���������,vl,ic������������������      -     Nicholson.   H        Cal-   allected    with  the   longshoremen  was  the presentation 01 evidence in -������tin-  poi t of 3'ntinhs application ioi* a  nt-w trial by Ma\ t-> when the t.i->t  te&pite would have expnod and av-  ed for 'dO <la\ s additional time   ���������   SPILL   ON   S'lUirK  PUBLIC NOTICE  is hereby piven  to   the electors ol tlic City oI.Lady-  1'ublic  Work',    ..   . .  .   SlUG 01  Water  Works   .. .  .      40,-! d 7  Police Pepaitment ...   .  277 21  City Otbces .  ..     .      23(5 02  .Schools    ..      1,119 21  F"-e Department  .     .         00 Oo  j Xan.umo  Cemeterv  88 20  .Muni, ipal   Council  .    .       115 00  Street Lighting   .  '102 ;io  Charities .  JO 00  Miscellaneous  11.'1 '17  ALSO TO BUFFALO, KEW VORK AN8  PHILADELPHIA, VIA HIA3ARA FALLS.  For Timet Tables, etc., nddra������8  CEO. W. VAUX,  AMtnant Cleii'l I'is8i>ngi'i inil Tlckf t Ascnt,  IDS Adams St*!. CHICAGO, It'.  LADYSMITH    TEAIPLK,    Ko.    5-  Rathbonc Sisters, meets in (hc Odd  smith,    pui sunlit  to   the above lcso  lution   anil   by-law tlut the presence  is desired at the City Hall, jnY*pd-l To,al SI'UI  411  (nesday,   the   Kith' day  of May,  1000, T    ''he au*omUs   as brought     in     bv  From 'il  a.m.,   to'7  p.m , of J'.'. !r     c!    the  ���������"'iiinnee ,Commit tee  weiv  ordered  .    the electois as  .no entitled to   vote ' ''''���������"',  Mat an election   foi   Mayor  and   Aider-1    Tne Finance    Committee     reported  'men,   to  cast  then   -vote,    for  eithei   "-hat   th^y had    considered    the     re-  1  one   01' Liu;     other   of   the    following   cpie.si   of  the  Colebrntion    Committee')  questions for     a  donation    from  thc     Conned j.  month  ManniOB   .<,   Ptnbhail     SI 25.00  pu.*  month  Aid      Dick   stated    that   lhe   levcn-  ufc exjiected    fiom   the  street   spunk-  ling  My law-      at  2}    cents  pei   loot  fiontage   would   amount     lo    $73 00  leaMng   a    balance    01   J?50  a   month  to he paid   to  the (oimcil       Ii    three  cents,   the    full  amount       that       the  law  allowed   was   ihati-ed    the     tev-  euue    would  amot'Hl   ' to    S*CH),    still  leaving  a   h.iUmi>  (ii  S3",   to be    put  up   hv   the   Co'iii 11       He    uonsitleied  and   he   thought   the  mattei      should  be  lei'i     in   the  hands  .>i   the    Htteet  Committee    lur   a   little   experimenting  Aid     I'm lies   uas   01   the      opinion  (hat   it   would  h.->  i.ii   cheapei    foi   to  10 do   the  . o*t   ask'fd  Thompson  vei ley,    0    Calverle\    and  A    Cbnllm held     heie    lotluy    foi    the     pin pose  01   lea^e  this* morning    to   woik    on ot  coni'<'rriiu*       upon  the       quest 10a  the  Hosella   pi opert v   111   the   Cassia 1 ofwiu-e*;   and   othei    points    in       ti.s-  cbuntiy pule  ie    n   I' am   d,n   la   il ij'  .,������;*inl !ii)���������    11 an   pn\    tin  "Shall   lhe  City   juv.i'iuie,   own  ; ral   and  lecommonded  that  the     amount   ful.  j1N   , ���������,,,   l01Hier.      Alain  fellows' Ilall    t'\ery  2nd    and    4tli   operate  Rlr-elnc Id^btin^ and   Power   of SI50  be  appropriated   for  Tuesday, at 7 30 p m  MRS   KATE TAT I-:,  M   of R   tt f  tin-  HiLBERi  L.N1TKD   ANCIENT,     OIlDh'K   Ul  DRUIDS  Weiiingtou Grove No.  4 U.  A. 0.   1  AIccls'. in the���������'!'��������� 0 "0 -F.  Hail,   I.*.'  dysniith,    (ho   Second   and      I'O'.u ti  Wednesdays of each  month, couune?--  mg Wednesday,  13lh..  1005.  _ VlsUing Druids     arc invited to  it  ti'ud.' /   '���������".","  Hy Order.  WM. RAFTER, .Recf'Seotv  PATRICK BURK, N.  A  !,U*  r^-ss  ,- NOTICE  From      this  date  the undersigned  will not  be responsible for  any Indebtedness     incurred except on:-   '������.  written drh'er signed by the secretarv  Rowland Machin.  V.  I.  EXPLORATION & DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD:  Non Personal LlaML'ty.  Victoria, B, C. M������f  18th.- '-������08.'   '  l'l.-nt'" - ' pui pose  Alleinatnely,     "Shall   a    ftaucluse ,    Tho mpoil   wa.s  adopted  be     in allied     to   am-   poison nt   com- '    The   potmdkeeper   tepoited   nolhim*  pany. willing to supply   Elecluc Liighfc   doing- during- the past  weel.-.  and  Pp.u'er?''      ' {'The    M"anager'i*      report    for  The vote will   be lal.enhy ballot iii   vreek was as. follow*:."  ���������acebrdaiifc * with    tin:    "Referendum   Painting' .seat     and railing' on  Hylsuv,,"   of ,which .-every person ���������'is .      Dallas'    S'ruiare,     repairing  ueqiies'ted  to  take notice:.-and  govern ' -  :   hinis-plf.' .-iceordingly,' and will be con-'  dueled in the same manlier as an  election for Mayor or Aldermen.  Electors are '.requested to place  a cross' (X)' signifying asson't f |/.'0-  site lhe (|iieslioii bo whio.li. 'di.?v ns-  .sent; and' to make no mark of rr.y  I'iiid opposite, the other question.  ("liven tinder my liand al; . Ladysmith/ Rri I ish Coburrbia, llie 7lhday  of Mny,  1'IOC.  ': :���������.  ������������������       J'OilN. STEWART,  City -Clerk and   Returning Oflicer.     1  11 nmii iii n.  th.} sprmkli'i* would not be needed  on  a.'founl   of   wet   wen I hei  It ua-. linnllv iii". nb'il to lea\e  the tiihllei 111 the bfinils of the  Street Committee lo make the best  arrang-eiueiils   possibfr.  Council   then   udjouinod.  After    n   eotiple   of    days   Iny       oil'  $1,500  Big Gaiithump  Nan  Public  Notice  Limited  DAY SCHOOL.  Usual .subjects taught; also language0, drawing in pencil and ers-y-  ons, paint ng iu oils and water colors- -pianoforte and vocal lessons given in classes or individually:  ,-..*:���������-���������::>   ..'-������������������       MISS BERTRAM,  ladysmith, B   U. ���������-.  Attention Is called to the   fact that tin  Ogiivie Flour Hills Co,  makers of ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD   FLOUR,     hare for some Mini  past been producing floir In a   vastly Improved  and  purin  by the aid of ELECTRICITY  and having secured control  ot    all the basic patents relating there  to, take this opportunity of a dvising  the   public  that  any  orized users of the electrical   -lour purifying processes  will  ���������ecated.  Ogiivie Flour Mills Company Limited  are the    oaly   'millers in Canada  whoso Flour  s pnrifieiby the Electric Process  Monster  TWENTY-FOURTH OFMAY  .iuy person who is the sole head of  a family, ot any male over e ghtera  years of age, to the extent of om  fpuilcr section of 3C0 acres  or less.     ^ "  Entry must be made personally jfc  the local land oihec lor the distircc  tii  which the land is  situate,  The homesteader is required to]ei-  fomi the conditions connected theie-  wilh under one of the following  plans:  (1) At least siy months' residence  upon and cultivation or the land in  each year foi   three j-eais.  (2) If the fathsr, (or niothci, if lhe  father is deceased), pi,the homcsteatl-  n resides upon a farm in the mciiii-  ty of the land entered lor, the requirements as to residence may le  satisfied by such peison usiding with  the fai her or mother.  (3) If the .scttlei'has his permanent residence upon farming land owu-  edJby hi in in the -icihrty of his home  *>tead. the requirements as'to 'residence may be satisfied by resid ���������. ���������  upon the said land. -  "  Siv-   monlhe*   notice     in     wnt-   .'  should be given 1o the Commissioner  [of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of it- 4  t-ention to Apply f0r patent.  To.-d lands may i>e juiicliased al ���������*!���������)  per acre for soft coal and $.20 roc  anthracite. Not more than 3:'I  acres can be acripuiied ny one indr t-  dual or company Royalty at th 5  rate of ten cents pei ton of 2,1 n I -  younds shall be collected on 11-a  groes output.  W.  W.   CORY,  Deputy  of the Minister of Tnteiu r  ebration  J. PIFRCY & Gl  Manufacturers Of���������  IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ETC.  WHOLESALE m GOOD  IN P.ViZiiS  me  itf-ftf--*  e ������r <.j* "fc? ������*e "  5SKIBEiS������S������SaS^ffiaS^a?EEBHe������WBBe2,  : Regatta :  CHAMPIONSHIP FOO1 <3ALL  VANCOUVER   CELTICS  VS.  XAXAIMO.   '  CHAMPIONSHIP BASEBALL  L AD YSAI'I TH      \'S.   N A N A1 MO.  Thursday, May 24th 1906  Excursion rates  ProfesEional and  Amateur and    Childnn's  Sports  ii  from  all   points.     TWO   BANDS.  FIREWORKS DISPLAY  MAYOR PL ANT A, Chairman;    E. H.  BIRD, Treasury;  WILL    P  NORRIS,  Secretary.  GOD SAVE THE KING  BRITISH  COLUMBIA,  in   the Mattel   of  the i-isfcate of William Kipliibj, deceased, and  m   tl *  matter of  the  Ollicial   Adimnistia-'  tor's  Act.  Tale notne, that hj an older of  ���������!*- I.'onor Eh Jlamson, made lie  '���������th  day  of Apul,   1������)0C,  I W8b    a.i-  .tointetl administrator of thc estiii*"^  'f William Ki|ji(ri)ti.-deceased, nntl nil ;  ���������arties l..u infi claims against' th9 '  ���������aid estate are .hereby requested     10 -  'urnieh.ihe same,  properly  verilled Ia  !-.c on or   '..dove     the .list   day   of  ���������la-}',   It'OH;   and,all  parlies   indebted  ���������0  the said  estate  a.re/r-eqH,ired     lo  ay   tha amount      of  tbejr  indoblnl-   ���������  "ess' to me fcirtliwith. ''���������':'  ������������������OSEPII  'mcALONEY,        ;  ..      . ^''V'iai  Administrator.  Nftnaiiro,  H.C.,  M:IV  I,  Jflfifi.  01-1-1---,-^        W-  S'LER."'"-'  ^EHEKAL LXPRES3 AND-  DELIVERY  WORK PROMPTLY  Df������v������!  Le*-Ve or'ier5 a* the Abhotsford.  Dr0 R. B, Bier  Surgeon Dentist  -V-ll   work snare*nteed, and at re������,st-n  *hl8 rjit������g.  RESIDENCE AND OFFICE  [Gatacre St. Ladysmith  Wm AT 'Ati HOURS, ^*^*p-* -���������^--:-***-_ _^i���������w S2L.J2JZ  ���������^^$Z?Z2Z?ZZzr&Z&&���������  ntBKffevotaxaassr -������*r������=i  "J-i  *���������  THE"DAiXV|LED  -  .*������-m  5ml, fofos,  ed oil lamp and a lire at Cedar Hicks���������"fwas a most stiilung scene  '.Mountain late Saturday night, savs Rising to his feet the eloquent young  the  "P.-I."     Blevens'   burns are ser-   laM"   f,XBd   the jur-v  with his ma&  That's All!  ;      NOTICE.  Mrs. A. L.    Raskins, will sell   Ice  Cream from 6  to 8 every  ions,   and   while his  physicians     say  he will  live, he  is in -a cutical condition.  Stai-digo and Blevens aie coal min  netic eye-  ers employed at   the mines at Cedar  evening. | Mountain.    They live in  a slianlv on  ���������v I    Wicks   (interriii>tiiig) ���������Yes,  1    see,  and the judge seilt him  to jail.  Hicks���������To jail, nonsense!   What for?  Wichfv���������Why,    lor fixing    the jury  Boston Transcript.  Victoria Road,  about  one mile  out  Local Items  mmwrm*amimMtmm^**m*^mm*.mmmMmmmmm*mmmmMmmmmmwmmm*  Gangs of Chinamen are at woik  on t'he bunker Grounds sacking coal,  which will be shipped, norlh a>houf  the  first  of June.    '  Mr. P. Wliis'ters and family aiiiv-*  cd this .mrrning on the nine o'clock  train.  ������For a good meal at ajiy time oi  day or night, call al Smith's res  taurunt, First Avenue  the  outskirts  of   the  town together  They   were  inend.s  and    paiiners    in  mining-.  Saturday night they  we:e in town  drinking    and  went home  talcing     a  quantity of  liquor with  them. Jn tho  hou.se   there   was  a  scuffle  and     lhc  lamp  exploded.    Just  how the ali,-oi   siS������<-** ���������*������������������   01 taw/a ami marked on the  happened  neither  of   the   men    know,   envelope "Tender for the construction  The shanty caught fire and the men ol ���������>��������� ���������-ydrogr-mhic Steel Twin Steamer," will be received up to tuic  2-innl DAY OF MAY, NEXT, foi  the const ruction   of a   Steel     Twin  TENDERS.  TKNDKRS ad.die.ssed  to the under  Steamer Iroquois called  in at     lhe  public    wharf     this    morning-    with ���������  some freight for local merchants.       i  A  public     meeting,   for the di>.cus- ,  ksion  of electiic Lights is   called     bv '  Mayor  Niehalson  for this c\ening at  7 o'clock in the-City  Hall.  ian lout.   Die ens clothes weio   ilnini  ing and   tho fire- was extinguished by  neighbors who ran  to lus assistance  Standigc is  also  burned,   bul  his  injuries are  trhial.  Deputy Sherifls Rogeis anil Sulli-  v������n were sent to Cedar Mountain  yesterday and after an im est ig,a lion  of the case they arrested ,St.imdir;o  and sent lhe  other to  tne    lio.sp.it.al.  ig&jzz&imlfmmm'  Ml  I i.D? Vffb  !  si. Avcnc:.'.-..:;��������� swift, 8. C. }  . Prop. I  tl.  MANUFACTURER OF      *  Carbonated Beverages. ?  (��������� i n g, e r   Beer      ?  >  Fruit Syrups |  P.   O.   Box, 248 f  I I  tt  i*   ���������*��������� ~*--r-*iT'*f n nwwmm  t  The down-pom winch occuricd in  Ladysmith and vicinity this morning,  ^should certainly moisten the ground  considerably for the growing crops,  cv-en if a few citizens did fi-ct    wel  .The train from Victoria was decayed an hour and a half to-day  Wing , to the height, wh'ch left  .here at nine o'clock this morning  meeting with a slight accident, one  'of', llie axles on a c*ai  breaking.  Screw   Steamei for the llydrograpliic  Service  in  Hi it ish Columbia  waleis  Specifications, phins and forms of  tender can ho seen at the office of  Ihc Agent of thc Department of Marine and Kisherus at- Victoria, H. C,  at the Custom House at Vancouver,  B.C., and   at the departnirnt *,{.,;(.,.  lOaoh tender must he accompanied  by an accepted bank che-ine equal to  Hi pei en I. nf the whole amount of  the. tmdci, which will be foi [cited  if the peison sending llie aceeptWl  tender declines to enter, into aeon-  tract with the department <'heqries-  accompanying terriers union arc- not  .iccoplod will he leturncd immediate  ly after a decision has been arrived  al.  forced the fighting from sta.t to fin  i    N'^S"*^*-1S  spying this advertise  ATTF.LL  STANDS  11HRMAN  OFF.1  I.os -\ngele.s, Cal , AU- l."> ��������� Kjil  llerhiaii, or Chicago, and Ate At tell  or .San Fianeisco fouj-Jil 20 louiulj-. to  a draw last night before tlu Pacific  A.thlctici Club. The fight was fast,  at, times, At tell using ali his. clevci-  ness and spwd lo a\onl the stuiid*.  nisli'iig of Herman. The cle\ernes-;  and sliced of Attell was 111,11 vellous i  and saved him  from   defeat.  Herman 1  gr:     -sr      i-iii '.nullum**, 1-is.iiinjf   r*uai  lhe Best Made and Best Fit-| I stationery Eng  t!ng en tha matket���������The Lion "* *  Brand Brand LaL^! en Every  Suit is a Guarantee that they  will give .you Satisfaction  We are thc only people here,  selling this make. Wc will  sell more every season wlien  -they an* bettor known. Wo  have sold a good many ilif-  feient makes, but we think  the Lion Drawl for boys is  thc best. Come in and sec  this .season's styles and let us  tell you  more about it.  New Styles���������Popular Price  ish btit not until thc last foui  five round*, was hc ah'*1 to hind  AI tell efiectively.  Minard's Liniment cures bums, elc.  .'Mr.   J.  Blaikcy,  who recently   u������i-  ���������derwerit  a seveic  opesation   at    the  .Juftilee Hospital, Victoria, is rejiorl-  Ved- as viinprovinf>   steadily,   and  it is  -,hoped   by Mb friends that   ho   will  soon-return to Ladysmith much   improved  in health.  0'  on  'Alumni's   Liniment  iclices neiiml  gia.  mini without authority   from thede  'partmenl  will  not be  paid.  ! F.   GOURDEAU,  jDepulv Minister of Marine and Fish  I       cries.  Dop-iitmcni  of Marine and  Fisheries  I    Ottawa,  2R(h March,  11)0(1.  .���������.'���������'Air. H. J. McDonald, who lias- vm-  '. til" recently been in the employ oi  ' Itlie La-dysimith Lumber Company left  .Ltoday for Nanaimo. J11 the morning  * tie will  take  tlie steamer   Joan     en  ..route for Ontario,^ where it. is his  intention to reside in future.  -Try a Province Cigar.  Tonight is thc night on which Jus-,  tices Stewart and Matheson ,ue    to  give thei-r decision, regarding     >oimg  J oil}',  whose case was remanded om-  week.  .������..���������>������������������������������������������������������������������������  LlCHflTS  AXD .SIDELIGHTS.  , '.Mr. J. TIannay, called the attcn-  ' tion -of the Ledger to the fact today that a mistake occurred in his  record which was published yesterday. -Hatnnay lost to Cariboo Sinclair in his second fighl, which tool-  place at Juneau, and not at Daw-  ,������bn, as  was; stated.  ONE IN JAIL AND C  OTHER   IN  HOSPITAL  John Standige   is  in     the   count-  jail, and  Waltei Blevens, his pait-nci  -is in  the Seattle General     hospital,  iiss^ the  result  of a  fight,   an ev.plod-  Minard',s Liniment cures Dandruff.  I  GLASS   GLOBES  When you want a Glass globe  see that you get the globe  with th������ rubber ring on it,  as it is tlie only kind that  can keep the water out ��������� the  - glotbes without the r,uL*|lier ring  cannot keep out water, you  can see that -by examining*  them. The artificial flower  that is put into the globes  with the rubber rings, is gjuar  1 anteed to be the best, and if  you want a globe with a  Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X. -Jones, agent for  .HSNRY    .CREW.  The  only    place you can   got  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C. for the  French Wreath Co., of London, Paris, Melbourne, S.A.,  Cor. Comox Rd. &. Milton St.  NANAIMO B.C.  "1 understand," sauLold nun Aluii-  iiimari, gruflly, "that my d.iught.ei  means to many yuii. lliif how  about  supporting her?''  "Well." lepl'iod young Ncivey, "I'm  willing to help some."���������l'hil.ideliihi.i  Press.  His houoi, thi** lii'iitenanl Goverom*  Sh- Henri .Tolv, will bo piesent at  the Victoria theatre this uveniiifj  when Madame Alhani will bid fore-  well to Victoiia Kir ll������*nn .lol.\  will htt i-eceiveil \>y thu singing 01  the national anthem b.v the mem-  hers or the \ric torm Musical Society.  ? I wish to thank,mv  I patrons for  their  sup-  I port on Sunday'���������iure-  | gard   to   Sunday Colo-  ? uist���������and   kindly  ask  i. for   yotir    support   in  ��������� "'��������� -  f tlie future  ��������� ���������  t        J   A. KNIGHT,       S  ���������������������������������..���������������������������������������..���������. ������������������-���������-���������..���������..���������..*.,a..a..������~������..a..������..������..������..s..a.  Waiter* &  AkeDhead  ���������������������������<>��������� ���������>*������������������>���������>*>������������������������������������> ������������������>������>*>������>  o  Coa!     { il   Ei'gi  es  I'or La-incius. l-ishlnir iloals.  Elc.  ines  for all Power Purposes  SimpI-.-, Economical, Keliable  Absolutely, no danger,  So Electric Spatkers or Batteries  to get  out of order.  \Vri������- 11s for Parllcular.4   Rochussen & Collis  J    7 Yates  St.   Victoria, B. C  ��������� . i\la<-hiiiery  Agents. ' 2  ��������� ���������  ������������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������<>���������������������������������������������>  ������������������������>���������������>  ��������� -'������������������        ��������� - - 1 ���������  We are showing a New Range of Lawn Waists, Designed after the New Models so largely wotn  in    New    York ��������� L,  65c to 55.  j  /���������* p-  We carry a FiiHLin.: of-  Jn-Al tractive f Styles and at Interestig Prices   FOH  *  K  SCl'ATrCA  CURED AFTER  20   YEARS  SUFFRRING  Foi more than twenty ycai*- Mi*. J.  B. Massey, of W>A Clinton St., Minneapolis, Minn., was toiUuexl hy sciatica, the pain and smffeiing which  he endured during this time is beyond, compiehension.     Nothing    gave  him any permanent relief urifjl he used Cham'hcrlain's Pain Balm. One  application of that liniment ielie\od  the pain and ni'i/Je sleep aiul rest possible, and less than one hottlc has  effected a permanent cure. Tl troubled with sciatica or ilieumatism,  why not. try a 25 cenl, bottle of the  Pain Balm and see for jomself how  qtuicMy it relievos pain. For sale by  the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  WANTED  The Pioneer Steam Laundry of  Vancouver want a  number of���������  Women and Girls  lo work at their plant. The work  is pleasant, hours short and pay  good. AppLY  PIONEER STEAM LAUNDRY  VANCOUVER,  B. C  A  RANCH*: OF���������  Up-to-date Suiting  now on sale ,-t '       '  TAISANO & CO.  13(5  Ck>,v-t St., Victoiia,  B   C  LADIES' and GENT'S  St) iish  Clothing  MADE TO ORDER  Work-mans]) ip   Own run feed.     Box  fi'l'7  FOR SALE  '1 wtlve   head   of   cows   and Milk  .(���������ute.    Apply P.  O: Box 99.  J  4-  ���������  CalJljage, Lettuce, lUiuhnib, Onions,  Aspaiagii&, at  Blair &.  Adam.  NOTrCE  A public meet in,; will lie held this  (Tuesday) oiening, May l">lh, at 7  o'clocK, in Uie Council Chaniheis,  City Hall, for the purpose ol dis-  c.ussitii- (he electiic light (|iieslion.  P.   N'ICIIOLSOX,  Mayor.  Minard's  Liniment   lor  sale,   evecy-  B' wh������i*G.  ri Vf 111������ r I f 11������t������ ������ . . WWV^ ^ > :-V ^;  PORK & BEANS  =!n  Chili 5auce:  OLD     CHURCH      BRAND  MAKES A NICE DAI'NTV MEAL  3 Tins for 35 Cents  FOR THF, NICEST  Ice   Cream  Milk Snakes, Soft Drinks  Candies, Fruits, Tobacc o +  \' Cigars,   etc.  CAU, ON--  t W- L^ CARTER, i  FIRST   AVENUE  NOTICE.  1, the undersigned .Jane McMillan,  administratrix ol John Iluyh McMillan, deceased, liereb.y give notice  that I intend at the next sitting of  lhe Hoard ol License. Conunissioncis  for "tho district, of South Isanaimo,  to be holdon at Lad j smith on the  loth day of June, 1'IOti, to make application to that honoialjle hoily foi  a transfer of thc hotel licenses to  sell intoxicating Illinois under the  provisions of the Statutes on lhat  behalf, 111 the promises Known and  dcscnled as thc Tunnel Hotel at  Evtension, JUilish Columbia, fiom  the said Jdii Hugh M1M1lla.11 to  Alcxandei   J     \Jc.\lillan.  j ante mcmillan,  Ailuiiiiistiatrix ol  J<,ihn Hugh McMillan.  e  0  Tennfs Goccls  Lacrosse   Sticks  -AND-  Base Ball Outfits  ,  WRITE   J. BARNSim CO.  VICTORIA, B, C.  ]SIM(NIE1SEMC0 Liu.  1  %i  ��������������������������������������������� ,������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������A  Notice  A.HOWK-orCHEMAINUS,has opened the MEAT-1  MARKET lately    run    by W. Ward, on Robei ts strcel  WITH A fUlL LINE Of FIRST CLASS M( AlS  PORK; AND SAUJ-AOE A fPECIAi.l Y  A Trial -Solicitd  .   A. HOWE,/   ,M,0NR 2������  Granite aiid^aibie Works  Gianile and Marble Monuments, Tablets, etc., at the  lowest prices ''consistent  vviih first class stock and  workmanship. Write for  "catalogue.  A.   STEWART,  MR, Yates St. Victoria B.C  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  _    FCRSALE  Eggs from Pure Bred Stock  All Birds Trap Nsstad  No Inferior Layers- Kept  Haned, Bull and White Rocks  WhiVi Wyandottes, White and Brown  Leghoins.  $1 Per Setting  %6 Per Hundred  E. STEWART,  Box 26S Ladysmith, B.C.  ^aSSt^J^iy^^r^i*r^r*vaimae^  Goods  .lust arrived���������the best line of-  Tennis Goods, Baseballs,  Bats, Gloves, Etc.  LADYSMirn HARDWARE COMPANY LIHITED  mBlBBtm^aWmWkmm  t  4 rmoi     MYtnuL +  t      Parlois for Private Parlies.       *  SmyliC Hie,  I'. ''ii;ais  I RAYMONO&:-.fONS f  3 ���������Dealers  in��������� f.  ^ Lime,   Plaster  Paris,    Brick, p  1 Kire Bricic and  Vancouver^is-  t|j land cement.  g 3  Pandora St.  Victoria B.C. L  rsES8sass^������SKsaaffiiaii������HaBBHagSHr.!S^B8sa^^  I50UVENIR GOODS *  Just to hand  ������ *��������� ��������� ��������� - r,  souvRNiRs of Ladysmith, Spoons, Buckles, etc.   t  Call in and (jet One e' f  B. FORCIMJ1ER !  Watchmaker, Je\veller;-Optician t;  FIRST AVENUE LADYSHITH   J  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^^^���������^o^^  I  Iia\e just  received a  shipment of  Hills'  High Grade  LNGLISfl TOBACCOS  and  C!<jAR[)1FS  at  the    ,  DRUG   STORE  U/. (J. praser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST  A VE.VUE.  Suits    Made to  Order to Fit and to. your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  For a Choice  Roast  of  ���������  t  ���������  Call  on  ���������  BJU/\IR   Sc  ADAM'  1 fmmmmmmm^mm mmmm  ?������ t  ^nv, is; Sprint- cleaning  time.  Coat  your walls with.'  Church's AF.aba^tiiie  Will. no|, nil)   oil.     A perfect and sail---  itiu-y wall coatjiii;, sold  in  50..& 25c. Packages  Also paint your woodwork    with  "Pyramid Brand**  of-Paints.    The host in  the market,  only  $1.75-Per-Gallon  _^ We also carry a large  line of  Fine Yarnishes  Enamels,     Brushes,     Window Glass,  Pioom  and Picture Mouldings; etc.  Try a gallon of out  Granite   Floor  Finish  ! to   preserve   your  Linileums.     Bring  vour pictures to be framed to  rf. KAY'S  PICTURES CIVEN AWAY  Each a Work of Art  Save Your  WHITE SWAN SOAP  WRAPPERS  and in exchange for twenty-five, the B.C. Soup Works will givg you  jour choice of fifty beautiful   subjects.    Ask your Grocer-for catalogue of Preirtiurus. j j      ,'  1 .JUUTt  Plumbing and Tining  done AT  Reasonable Prices  J   ANDIERSON  Leave  ord������rs  ai; Peterson'?  Film  t-ure Store, or telepiione No 5S.  ' $  LADYSMITH HOTEL   BAR  I-farliig  taken ovor tli������ hav-rooio af  the ahove hotel,  we intend  to.run a  first-class,   up-to-date eslahlislirnent,  and  in soliciting the [latronagii      o(  out- friends  a"-l  the public in genera']  we .guaro-itee good'  treatment   t������ all.  R. fcolt "  A, Smith  Pr-  hut  Dr.  Dier can  he Ioiibi! at  any time  ^ '- ���������*���������  PANNELLand PLASKBTT  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^ ������������������<��������� '������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������'  WALL PAPER DEPOT  First  Passenger���������Beg pardon,  my nam<cj )'���������> Baggs;  Second  Passenger*-Baggs!    Baggs !   at his office on Gatacre st.  His   det-  tal   work: is giaranteed  to  be first-  1 once, knew at- man named,' Sax. A,-*-/  relation    of y-aurs?���������Milwaukee" Wisconsin. .;  rlass and rates r������nsonable


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